South African Auto-Parts Workers Reject Pay Offer


JOHANNESBURG, Oct 3 (Reuters) - South African automotive parts workers have rejected the latest wage offer from employers aimed at ending a strike that has brought assembly lines to a standstill in Africa's biggest economy. Jakkie Olivier, chief executive of the Retail Motor Industry, told SAfm radio that management had offered to raise salaries by 10 percent in the first year and 8 percent in the following two years. "We are hugely disappointed with the latest feedback we ...


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